Recent Onshore Projects
Air Strip CDP
This central processing facility includes two 3516 TALE Ariel / CAT compressor with separation, dehydration, and metering for sales gas pipeline. Strategy’s scope included full turnkey of this facility, including design and supply of skidded and equipment and pipe rack, and construction management.
Standardized Compressor Station
Detailed design, procurement, and skid fabrication of standard up to 35 MMSCFD compressor stations with modular skidded equipment. Facility included up to three x 3516 compressor packages with dehydration, BTEX, and NGL reinjection. Scope included project management, engineering, design and drafting, construction management, commissioning, and start-up.
Gates 16 CDP
Strategy provided the engineering and design services for their Gates CDP 16 located in Webb County, TX on their Gates Ranch asset. The CDP was designed for 200 MMSCFD, 12,000 BPD of condensate and 4,000 BPD of water and designed to facilitate a 7:1 turn down to handle the varying required flow conditions through out the lifecycle of the facility. The site gathers and processes local production for Noble Energy’s Gates Ranch asset and includes 12,000 BPD of condensate stabilization and 70 MMSCFD of gas compression.
West TX and NM Arc Flash Program
Strategy is currently completing the arc flash program for over 400 well sites and batteries in the West Texas and New Mexico areas, as well as the Terrel and Indian gas processing plants. Our scope included field data gathering, creating one-line diagrams, area classifications, GPS coordinates, Maximo implementation, and each arc flash report generated in ETAP.
Severus and Blossom Compressor Stations
Summit Midstream’s Severus and Blossom compressor stations are two greenfield projects located the Permian Basin. Strategy performed the engineering, design and procurement services for both 30 MMSCFD compressor stations. The packaged equipment and pipe racks were based off Strategy’s standard designs.
Silver Dollar Pipeline Extension
Phase 1 – Installed 11.92 miles of 10-inch pipeline and oil transfer system tied into a new production facility delivering to the SDP system. Phase 2 – Installed 9.1 miles of 10-inch pipeline and oil transfer system tied into new production facility delivering to the SDP system. Installed 1.45 miles of 3-phase electric power from Oncor to power oil transfer equipment at one of the three locations.
Recent Offshore Projects
Strategy was responsible for the project management, detailed engineering (mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, structural), full 3D laser scan of VK-817A, drafting/design through construction management offshore. The equipment addition included two (2) Solar Turbine / Centaur 50-6200L, inlet scrubber, inlet filter/separator and all associated piping.
Provided structural, facility, and pipeline engineering for the installation of a four pile well protector platform in 253 ft. of water, tied back to an existing platform. The platform will support up to twelve wells and included a main deck, cellar deck, wellhead access deck, sump deck, and helideck.
Provided structural, facility, and pipeline engineering for the installation of a four pile well protector platform in 153 ft. of water, tied back to an existing platform. The platform will support up to twelve wells and included a main deck, cellar deck, wellhead access deck, sump deck, and helideck.
GC-237B Tornado Tieback Facility Upgrade
Strategy provided the engineering, design, procurement, and construction management of the topsides modifications to HP1 FPSO (GC-237B) for parallel meter additions (gas, oil, and water), and additional path for P1 riser to allocation separators “A” and “B”.
Oyster Bayou Engineering Assessment
This project consisted of a site visit to the unmanned production barge in Four League Bay to walkdown MFDs, equipment layout, safety systems, electrical equipment, and obtain instrument information critical to facility capacity study (i.e. relief valves, control valves, meters). Strategy performed a complete engineering review of the vessels, piping, and systems that are presently on the production facility, confirmed vessel and equipment capacities, safety system review of MFDs, SAFE charts, check for any NFPA 70 – NEC code violations, report any safety concerns, developed a load list with the data gathered, and provided an engineering review summary report.